SOLD – L000 Primer ’67 Beetle

If you’re looking for a solid project, look no further. Charlie has spent years collecting most of the one year only parts, some I searched years to find for our own family ’67 Beetle correct. NOS mud flaps, SB 12 headlight rings, correct 30 PICT 1, VW 105-1 carb, oil bath, etc. But wait, ALSO A COMPLETE HAZET SPARE TIRE TOOL KIT?!

The list goes on. They say a photo is worth a thousand words. With that, I’ll let Charlie tell you the rest. Who’s going to take this one home?

Up for sale is my 1967 VW beetle. I purchased this as my first car in 1993 in Georgia. The previous owner said that it had changed hands at least 3 times prior. This car was my daily driver up until 2008. In 2010 I decided to do a full restore of the car, but as life and family happens this never was finished. The car is currently a rolling shell.

How far I got:

  • Sandblasted and primed body and engine tin
  • Installed Wolfsburg west floor pans

What needs to be done:

  • Some welding to fix holes in the body (see pictures)
  • Paint and body work
  • Put back together
  • Rebuild engine

What comes with the car:

  • Most new parts to put the car back together (see receipts)
  • NOS front and rear apron
  • NOS windshield wipers
  • Ee-chromed SB12 headlight rings
  • Metal roof rack
  • Extra set of no-rechromed SB12 (nice condition) headlight rings
  • Birth certificate, original 67 ads and pamphlets
  • Original carburetor cap,
  • New transmission
  • NOS VW Blue fender beading
  • Nice set of lobster claws
  • Saphire VIII radio
  • Restored 30-pict carb (By Jay Salser)
  • Restored air cleaner (By Eric Shoemaker)
  • All parts taken off the car during restoration
  • Many spare parts (see pictures)

Status: PENDING SALE
Mileage: N/A
Location: Auburn, GA
Price: $3,500, OBO
Owner Contact: SOLD

Posted by Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I'm Eric. I started 1967beetle.com. I also own Lane Russell, a leading supplier of VW parts for your classic Volkswagen restoration. I drive a '67 Beetle daily and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.

  1. Stephen Brenner June 24, 2021 at 12:45 am

    Load it up and drive it to Victoria BC Canada…seriously I wish you could. I’d love to have it but you are just too far away, and I already have two bugs, and I’d like to stay married. Who ever gets it is a very lucky person. Best of luck with the sale!

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  2. Stephen, Thanks for the luck. Tons of interest in the project right now. Spent over 10 years searching for the one year only and NOS parts. I will hate to see it go, but it needs a good home.

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  3. OMG – This is *amazing* and an incredible price. Just a few of theses items are worth the entire price – let alone the entire incredible car. *WOW* – I have not seen an actual 67 Hazet available for sale – that is *incredible*. The SB-12’s look excellent! Somebody pick this up quickly! I wish I could take it, but I simply do not have space on my small property.

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  4. I just got a 67 Hazet tool kit. I wonder what size bolts are used on this one?

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